Venice (Italy) -- History -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : The King of Denmarck. : The King of France, the King of Spain, the states of Vevice navies on the seas, intended for England. With the cause of their comming, and their intents. As also the just number of all their navies, and the souldiers with them, and where each navie lyes. Likewise, the Danes and Italians resolution concerning His Majesty. And the names of the captains of each navie, Captain Keevalo Dunous for the Danes. Captain De Sunae Bewit for France. Captain Don Pedringano for Spain. Captain Hupah Fenao for the Italians.
Venice (Italy) -- History -- 1508-1797 -- Exhibitions. : Cronaca veneziana : feste e vita quotidiana nella Venezia del Settecento / vedute di Gabriel Bella e inciscioni di Gaetano Zompini dalle raccolte della Fondazione scientifica Querini Stampalia di Venezia ; a cura di Giorgio Busetto.
Venice (Italy) -- History -- 1509-1797. : The maxims of the government of Venice. In an advice to the Republick; How it ought to govern it self both inwardly and outwardly, in order to perpetuate its Dominion. In which are likewise consider'd the several Interests of all the Princes of Europe, with respect to the Affairs of Italy. By Father Paul, the Servite Monk, and Counsellor of State to the Republick. Written by publick order. Done into English from the Italian.
Venice (Italy) -- History -- 1618. : The history of the conspiracy of the Spaniards against the republick of Venice. In the year MDCXVIII. Translated from the French original of the Abbot de St. Real.
Venice (Italy) -- History -- Exhibitions. : Venice, the Jews and Europe : 1516-2016 / exhibition curated by Donatella Calabi ; translations, Christopher Huw Evans, David Kerr, Sylvia Notini, Lenore Rosenberg Bahbout.